Saturday, March 13, 2010

Looking for a Lunch Spot? Try Crepe Amour!

During the week, lunch gets neglected. With Cosi and Au Bon Pain at the corner of every street in DC, it's easy to grab a quick bite but is it satisfying? After the hundredth Signature Salad or cup of clam chowder, it is time to try something new.

That something new is recently opened Crepe Amour on M Street (next to Rhino bar). Unlike most creperies, Crepe Amour has everything from savory to sweet crepes, as well as an impressive espresso bar. These crepes are not the traditional ham and cheese or Nutella; rather, they are entire meals and desserts normally found at restaurants wrapped in a thin pancake. To satisfy your inner child, try the Mac-n-Cheese crepe; it is messy, so be sure to eat it with a knife and fork. If you are feeling spicy, check out the buffalo wings inspired crepe. No visit to a creperie is complete without dessert and the Coco Loco is sure to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth. Filled with Nutella, bananas and coconut, this is a dessert that needs to be shared due to its size and immense amount of sugar.

If you are in the neighborhood or just need some time out of the office, make your way to Crepe Amour and celebrate the lunch hour.

Find Crepe Amour at:
3291 M Street
Washington, DC 20007

Crepe Amour

Logo courtesy of Crepe Amour.

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